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An elementary school in northern California held a toy-gun exchange program that was inspired by gun buy-back programs that focus on getting weapons off the streets.
The principal thinks the program for toys made a lot of sense, because he feels playing with toy guns desensitizes kids and as they get older, it's easier for them to use a real gun.
Students who participated in the program received books in exchange for their toy guns. They were also enrolled in a raffle to win a bike.
Critics of the program felt that even though the intentions are good, it doesn't really educate children about guns or gun safety.